MP Medical 2014 Counselling
MP Medical Counselling: Online registration for the MP Medical 2014 Counselling process has started on June 21, 2014. Candiates can register from the same page to particiapate in the first round of counselling in order to seek admission for MBBS and BDS courses in all government and private institutes. By entering their AIPMT roll number and date of birth in the applicable tab, provided below the window, candiates can register online for MP Medical 2014 Counselling.
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For any doubts and queries, call Madhya Pradesh Medical 2014 Counselling Helpline at 011-40360360
The selected candidates at first must register for the First round of MP Medical 2014 Counselling which will be online, the important steps and process is as follows:
- Selected candidates are required to register through MP online with a fee of Rs.500 for registration, Rs.30 for portal usage and Rs.100 for college preference locking. The total applicable fee can be paid by cash on MP online Kiosk or via, Internet Banking, ATM/Debit Card or Credit Card.
- Only one registration is to be done for either government or private MBBS/BDS College.
- It is important for every candidate to follow the entire registration and counseling procedure themselves.
- Once the seats are declared, a student can login via password, available to them at the time of MP online registration process. A candidate now must select his preferred college under applicable category.
- After the choice filling of the college is completed, candidate must take admission as per the allotted seat otherwise he/she will not be eligible for next round of interview.
- All the related important documents along with the required fee of allotted candidates must be made available for scrutinizing at Gandhi Medical College Bhopal in person.
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The second round of counseling will be offline and for candidates who have either not been allotted seats in the first round of MP Medical Counseling or those who fail to register or wish to re-allocate their allotted seats. The process and important points to be taken care are:
- The selection of seats by eligible candidates at the second round of interview will be done at G.M.C Bhopal, where authorized personnel of all government/private MBBS/BDS colleges would be present.
- The candidates must be present in person with all related documents and applicable fee to follow the further counseling procedure.
In the third offline Counselling, in case, the eligible candidates to the extent of reservations in any category are not available the vacant seats will be filled up by making them available in other categories as given below:-
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(A) The vacant seats of ST category shall be filled up by eligible SC category candidates.
(B) The vacant seats of SC category shall be filled up by eligible ST category candidates.
(C) In case, the eligible candidates to the extent of reservation in ST and SC categories are not available, the vacant seats shall be filled up by eligible OBC category candidates.
(D) In case, the eligible candidates are not available in these above THREE reserved categories in the above manner, the vacant seats shall then be filled up by the eligible unreserved category candidates.
The schedule for MP Medical 2014 Counselling is provided in the box below,
Who can Participate
Online Registration, Choice Filling, Choice Locking
AIPMT 2014 Qualified Candidates
June 20, 2014 to June 25, 2014
Online Seat Allotment Process
AIPMT 2014 Qualified Candidates who have filled the MP Medical Admission 2014 Form
June 26, 2014
Seat Allotment Result
AIPMT 2014 Qualified Candidates who have filled the MP Medical Admission 2014 Form
June 27, 2014
Document Verification at Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal
Candidates have to report according to Seat Allotment Result
June 30, 2014 to July 3, 2014
According to Medical Council of India, there are 6 government medical colleges in Madhya Pradesh. The 6 colleges are Gajra Raja Medical College (Gwalior), Gandhi Medical College (Bhopal), M G M Medical College (Indore), Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College (Jabalpur), Sagar Medical College (Sagar) and Shyam Shah Medical College (Rewa)
On the basis of AIPMT 2014 score, Directorate of Medical Education Madhya Pradesh will fill 85% seats in 6 Government medical colleges of Madhya Pradesh. The remaining 15% MBBS seats will be filled by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on the basis of All India quota.
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